£80M winger ‘will sign’ £130,000-a-week Chelsea offer – fans told

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Crystal Palace star Wilfred Zaha would sign a £130k-a-week Chelsea contract if they placed it in front of him – according to reporter Iomie Stanley

Chelsea are just one of a number of clubs that are reportedly interested in the player and are ready to offer him a contract should he decide that he fancies a fresh challenge in the game and wants out of Palace

Graham Potter wants to add some more goals to that attack as he has been struggling for goals – and the fact that the club will be able to get Zaha for less than that £80 million valuation means he could come for a bargain.

And if you believe the latest reports in the media – the club are reportedly ready to offer the player a massive £130,000-a-week contract to make the move – a significant boost on his current Palace deal

And if you believe the words of Stanley – he would definitely sign that Contract offer from Chelsea should it actually arrive

He said: ‘Palace are a decent side – but Zaha will never reach his full potential at the club – he is their main man and knows that he no longer has to give 100 per cent

‘There will be alot of interest in his services over the next few months we are sure – but if Chelsea are ready to splash the cash- he would certainly be a very good addition to that Blues side

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‘And this would be a very good move for Zaha to make – as despite all the clubs talent – they are lacking a winger like him in the side – so he would have the chance to become a regular start at Stamford Bridge

‘So if the Blues do come calling – place that contract onto the table – he will surely sign it as it would give him the big move he is looking for.’

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